Campus Ministry Track

The Campus Ministry Track is a comprehensive program offering the methodological, philosophical, and doctrinal topics essential to evangelizing and making disciples on college campuses. Any effort to reach college students must start with a proper Catholic worldview and a missionary mindset. Through presentations by veteran campus ministers, this track will take you through the essential steps for developing and growing your campus ministry. Attention is particularly given to sustained, long-term growth and not just short-term gains. You will also have the opportunity to connect with other like-minded campus ministers for mutual support and fellowship.

This Year’s Campus Ministry Track Workshops:

Method: Effective Delivery of the Basic Gospel

Developing an Effective Retreat Culture

Missionary Benchmarks

Discipleship: The Key to Multiplication

Leadership Development

Self-Care for Campus Ministers

Engaging With Culture: Difficult Topics

Track Presenters

Marcel LeJeune, Track Coordinator, is the assistant director of Campus Ministry at St. Mary’s Catholic Center at Texas A&M University, the country’s largest campus ministry, where he oversees the ministry team and the daily operation of ministries and programs. A certified campus minister, Marcel holds a master of theological studies from Ave Maria University, specializing in pastoral theology, and travels the country to speak about the Catholic faith. He is the author of two books, contributor to three books, and has had many articles published in magazines, Catholic newspapers, and on websites. He is also the author of one of the most popular Catholic blogs in the country. Marcel is a regular guest on EWTN Radio and Relevant Radio and has appeared on EWTN Television. Marcel and his wife, Kristy, have five children. He will be presenting at the St. John Bosco Conference.


Michael Hall is the director of Training for Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO), a university student movement dedicated to evangelization serving on campuses across Canada, and has been a missionary with CCO since 2003. He also serves as a co-director of the Summer Institute in the New Evangelization, a joint initiative between CCO, St. Paul University, and Mission of the Redeemer Ministries. Michael lives in Ottawa, Ontario, with his wife, Amy, and their four children. He will be presenting at the St. John Bosco Conference.


André Regnier is co-founder, along with his wife, Angèle, of Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO). CCO is a university student movement dedicated to evangelization that challenges students to live in the fullness of the Catholic faith, with emphasis on becoming leaders in world renewal. Founded in 1988, CCO now serves hundreds of students on several Canadian campuses through a wide array of programs and outreaches. André is a motivating and engaging presenter who speaks nationally and internationally. His desire is to draw people to a deep conversion to the person of Jesus Christ and to be a catalyst for them to embrace the Church’s evangelical mission. He and Angèle have five children and work at CCO’s headquarters in Ontario. He will be presenting at the St. John Bosco Conference.